Congressional Republicans, who played a major role in piling up the government’s unsustainable debt in the first place, have thrown a tantrum and walked out of the debt limit talks. This bit of grandstanding has brought the nation closer to the financial crisis that Republicans have been threatening for weeks. But, at least now, their real goals are in sharp focus.
The two Republicans in the talks, Representative Eric Cantor, the House majority leader, and Senator Jon Kyl, the minority whip, had no intention of actually negotiating. Negotiations require listening to those on the other side and giving them something they want in exchange for some of your goals.
Thanks Desp, unbelievable!
I wished these Republican politicians would spend one day in the life of a unemployed homeless person. Until they do there is no hope for this country of greed.
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TR11005 wrote:I wished these Republican politicians would spend one day in the life of a unemployed homeless person. Until they do there is no hope for this country of greed.
Totally agree. And I'd like the legislators in AZ who voted against EB extension for 15,000 AZ unemployed to do the same. They can't relate.
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